The paper discusses the phenomenon of clitic reduplication as it is represented across the Bulgarian linguistic territory. It is argued that clitic reduplication does not have a uniform distribution, and there is a considerable variation with respect to relative frequency and syntactic type. It is further suggested that the area where clitic reduplication is (highly) restricted or absent belongs to the peripheral zone as outlined in St. Stojkov’s work on the chief isoglosses which outline the fundamental bi-partitioning of the Bulgarian linguistic territory.
|Titolo:||Clitic Reduplication Structures in the Bulgarian dialects|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2006|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||3.1 Articolo su libro|